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SELF-HELP

BY NORM FOSTER

November 19th - 28th

alfred taylor recreation center

2300 Community Way, North Gower, ON K0A 2T0

tickets on sale october 22nd

Tickets can be reserved and/or purchased by Patrons who have paid in full starting Oct. 8th by sending a message to ticketinfo@itrtheatre.com

Cindy and Hal Savage (former second-rate actors) have built an empire peddling questionable advice about love, sex, romance, and success. With nowhere to go but down, the ambitious couple will go to any lengths to protect their fame, fortune, and reputation. But now there's a stiff in the study, a reporter looking for dirt in the hall and a maid with Irish attitude cooking up pots of creamed corn in the kitchen. What's a pair of flawed self-help gurus to do?

In accordance with the requirements of the Province of Ontario, proof of vaccination or medical exemption from a doctor (along with a photo ID) will be required at the door for admission to the venue. Regardless of vaccination status, masks must be worn at all times. Tickets must be purchased and paid for in advance at www.itrtheatre.com/shows. 


Tickets may not be purchased by phone or at the door. Seating is limited to 80 audience members per show. If you wish to sit in a group, all of the tickets for that group must be purchased by one individual. Seating will be arranged according to the number of audience members in each ticket order and will not be able to be changed at the venue.

***PLEASE NOTE that this show will be staged at our NEW venue in North Gower***

We look forward to seeing you all again.

 

Showtimes are as follows:
Evenings November 19, 20, 25, 26, 27 at 7:30pm


Matinees November 20, 21, 28 at 2:00pm

If you have any questions, please reach out to us at ticketinfo@itrtheatre.com

THIS SEASON'S CHOSEN CHARITY WILL BE THE ROYAL OTTAWA

As the pandemic continues, while there is a light at the end of the tunnel, people are still coping with continuing isolation and struggling to find a new normal. This is why ITR is committed to supporting organizations that provide care to those facing mental health issues. Even though our show is called Self-Help, many, at some time in their lives, need help from others.


With that in mind, ITR has chosen The Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre as our charity for this show.


The mission of The Royal is to deliver excellence in specialized mental health care, advocacy, research and education. The Royal is one of Canada’s foremost mental health care, teaching and research hospitals.


If you would like to know more about The Royal, you can go to their website at www.theroyal.ca

POSTPONED

Suburban standoff 

by michael grant

Ty, down on his luck, attempts a home invasion with the help of his ex-stripper girlfriend, Candy, in hopes of some quick cash. However, they may have picked the wrong home. The home owners, Hank and Nancy, seem to know more about guns and violence than they do. Who's really in control of this crazy evening? Are Ty and Candy really bad people? Only time will tell.

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